The crisis-hit nation's consumer price inflation accelerated to 54.1% year-on-year last month, data released last week showed, driven by rising fuel, utilities and food costs. International reserves have dwindled to less than two months of import cover.
But statistics show December's rise was significantly below the stunning leap prices took in November, 2022, hitting 78.1%
Anthony Krakah, head of the statistics service's industrial statistics division, said the steep decline in month-on-month producer inflation could bode well for next month's headline inflation figure.
"Consumer inflation is likely to decline if the cedi stabilises, but we don't know for sure," Krakah told Reuters.
Ghana's troubled cedi currency saw rapid appreciation against the dollar in December after a staff level agreement for a $3 billion IMF support package was reached at the start of that month. It has since fallen back towards record lows.